KOSZ-POL - producer of wicker products


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KOSZ-POL - producer of wicker products, waschekorbe, einkaufskorbe,ákorb fur kinder

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We are a family company. During the period of our economic activity in the changing political and economic realities, we have built a solid economic foundation, and the luggage of experience gained allows us for continuous development and thus makes us a reliable and reliable business partner. We have a wide and very good quality range. Low prices make our offer very attractive and competitive in relation to other companies. Our products enjoy good fame not only on the Polish but also European market. We have been cooperating with companies from many European countries for many years. Our products are made by high class professionals involved in the production of wicker products from generation to generation. Our offer includes baskets sewn with material or foil according to the wishes of the customer. We make products under orders and we are constantly expanding our offer. Our range also includes wooden products. These are hand-made boxes of various sizes and designs. Wicker baskets. To succeed in business it is important to be found without problems. This page will allow you to contact us. If you are interested in our offer, please send a fax or contact us by phone. We hope that this site will result in future cooperation.

In this category you will find all kinds of wicker baskets and baskets for mushrooms and shopping, wicker picnic baskets, wood baskets for the fireplace and wicker baskets for wrapping gifts. All wicker baskets in this category are Polish production, very carefully woven, durable and aesthetic.

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The dexterity we know today probably began in our ancestors as soon as they got on their hind legs and started moving things from one place to another. This would mean that man has known the skill of weaving since its inception and that he uses this skill to this day. Knowledge of weaving is an example of the race's race for survival. In addition to humans, this skill (although not so perfectly) is also possessed by various animals, and so: birds make nests, gorillas make something like a bed stretched between branches, small rodents have straw nests for themselves, some insects create ingenious cocoons for their larvae, spiders weave precise cobwebs. The examples could be multiplied endlessly.

The evolution of human plaiting probably began with the simple cleaning of your bedding and securing the hatch hatch against unwanted guests. Over time, the protection of the hatch was improved so that it was not necessary to weave a new one every day, and such permanent, let's call it the gate, also began to be used to carry various things. The new skill probably gave rise to weaving. The resulting carriers began to take various forms, some of them began to be glued with clay, thus obtaining simple vessels. As soon as the fire was known, the vessels were fired, and this is probably how pottery was born. One could accept the thesis that basketry is the oldest craft practiced by man. Weaving products are not durable and there are few examples documenting this human activity. For generations, man has made and used braids for various purposes. Over time, wicker products have become more and more used. Baskets, dishes and furniture were woven, as well as fences and walls of houses. With the development of other crafts such as blacksmithing and carpentry, the importance of basketry declined significantly. "In the 18th century, wicker and basketry began to develop intensively in the territories of Westphalia, Bavaria, and Sasonia, from where it was transferred by German colonists to today's areas ..." (1) Poland, where two main basketball centers were established in Nowy Tomy?l and in Rudnik n / San. "Wicker production in Nowy Tomy?l is closely related to the natural terrain conditions and the specific microclimate. The marshy areas of the Obra basin, covered with lush thickets of wild wicker, became an excellent base for plaiting raw materials. foundations for the development of large-scale wicker "(1) In 1885, a resident of Trzciel near Nowy Tomy?l / from America brought a new variety of wicker called" American "contributed to the development of basketry. This wicker "soon began to displace other varieties, and products made of it conquered foreign markets. The Nowy Tomy?l region was treated by the Germans as a resource base for the Bavarian basketry center. The Prussian government did not develop the basketry industry here, as it was done in Galicia. The local basketry was then a folk craft, performed by self-taught basketball players "(1) It was not until the second half of the 19th century that the fashion for woven furniture became popular. Schools were established where they were taught to weave semi-baskets for elegant carriages, rocking chairs, cradles for French, Russian and other courts. A class of handymen and basketball masters has been created. The best ones participated in international exhibitions receiving high recognition and awards.

Similar terrain conditions as in Nowy Tomy?l were on the San River near Rudnik nad Sanem. The local estate was purchased by the Austrian Count Ferdinand Hompesch in 1870. The abundance of local wild wicker and the emergence of a new variety of "American" prompted the owner to invest in basketry. The count sent more talented basketball players to the basketball school in Vienna, which later definitely influenced the quality and range of products. In 1878, the first basketball school was established in Rudnik n San. Learning at school lasted 2 years. The work of the basketball player was performed in an overlay system. Finished products could only be bought from masters. Trade was dominated by Jews.

Wickerwork has a fairly long history and dates back more or less to the ancient times. At that time, creating wicker baskets, but also not only was something natural and present in most households. Since wicker products do not require a lot of resources, anyone with manual skills and patience could create a wicker basket, wicker seat, wicker cradle, or other useful wicker furniture that was necessary in every home.

 


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